Shenzhen EN Plus Technologies Co., Ltd. is one technique innovative company dedicated to EV charging industry, with its headquarter located in Shenzhen, China.
Through continuous technical innovation and marketing accumulation, EN+ has grown to be a professional supplier for EV charging facility and solutions, capable of independent development from product design to product delivery.
In contrast with many competitors, we’ve been stressing sustainable R&D capability. Our product line covers the portable charger, AC charger, DC charger, EN-GATE (gateway) and software platform equipped with OCPP 1.6 protocol, providing smart charging service for both hardware and software.
Shenzhen EN Plus Technologies Co., Ltd., short as“EN Plus”, Locate in Shenzhen City, the EV capital of China
Supplier of EV charging total solution, including charging facilities (hardware) and management system (software)
About 130 staffs in total, 45% are R&D members. Core team members are experts from power industry like SMA (Germany), Eaton (USA), Emerson, Huawei, Tencent, etc.
Rich R&D experience in power industry and own around 50 patents and 5 software copyrights
Product line covers portable charger, AC charger, DC charger, power module and software platform of charging management
Independent ability to design complete unit and core parts, capable to develop customized products
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